I'm an illustrator and designer - with a penchant for the layman scientific and lexicography. I often explore narratives surrounding science and mythology.  

I graduated from Falmouth University with a First.

I'm currently doing a postgraduate MA Art & Science at Central St Martins, London - where I'm exploring the intersections of science communication and visual communication. How illustration is a tool for disseminating science knowledge of sustainability and climate change to young readers. 

I am based in London, UK.


At-Bristol Science Centre, Barclays, Bompas & Parr, House Of Illustration, British Red Cross, Wild & Wolf, Radio Netherlands, JME (Jamie Oliver) , Leo Burnett, Marie Curie, RSPB, Spindle Magazine, Tommy's Baby Charity, Parkinson's UK, Ditto Press, Super/Collider. 



September 2017 - Creative Unions - London Design Festival.

June 2017 - Royal Society - Changing Expectations. The Museum of Useful Objects.

June 2017 - SVA (School of Visual Arts) - Biodesign Challenge Finalists, New York. 

October 2016 - Oriel Davies Gallery - Imaginary Worlds

September 2016 - Micro Museum of Sleep - Citzen M Hotel | Bompas & Parr | Curated by Super Collider

October 2013 -  Colours - Exploring scientific concepts through illustration, The Parlour Showrooms, Bristol. 

2011 - Pencil Chit Chat - Collaboration with Jess Wilson. The District, Cambridge

2011 - Falmouth Illustration - The Retrospective, The Illustration Cupboard

2009 - DieNacht Magazine - Trier, Germany

2008 - D&AD New Blood, London

2008 - New Designers, London



Biodesign Challenge 2017 Winner.

3X3 Magazine Student Award

Residencies and Workshops

2017 - Bear Abouts Residency-  Multisensory Storytelling.

2015 - Ditto Press x Super/Collider - Risograph workshops. Illustrating Volcanoes. 

2013 - Illustrating Science, The House of Illustration.



Winning Worms - Biodesign Challenge Central St Martins News - July 2017

Free forms, Design Week - November 2010

How to teach … vital organs, The Guardian - June 2014




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